Usage name: Lycopene.

Obtaining process: Naturally extracting from tomato fruit or other red fruits and vegetables.

Source: Vegetable (tomato, watermelon, pink grapefruit, guava).

Family: Carotenoid.

Provenance, origin: Worldwide, mainly cultivated in the Mediterranean, Latin America, Africa and Asia.

Chemical characteristics: Fat-soluble pigment responsible for the red color of fruits and vegetables, powerful antioxidant.

Dosage form: Powder, tablets, capsules, liquid extract.

Necessary dosage in food supplements : The recommended dosage of lycopene in dietary supplements generally ranges from 6 to 30 milligrams per day, depending on individual needs and goal (antioxidant, sun protection, etc.).

Missions: Powerful antioxidant, protects the skin against oxidative damage, helps reduce the risk of sunburn, promotes a natural tanned complexion, prevents skin aging.

Properties : Antioxidant, photoprotective, anti-inflammatory.

Indications: Protection against UV rays, prevention of sunburn, improvement of skin health, fight against skin aging.